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On U-M Bicentennial, ISD's Human Factors Engineering Short Course Stands Out

On U-M Bicentennial, ISD's Human Factors Engineering Short Course Stands Out

June 20, 2017

As the University of Michigan celebrates its 200th anniversary, Human Factors Engineering stands out among professional development programs both for its longevity and its scope.

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ISD STUDENT PROFILE - LUKAS MUELLER

ISD STUDENT PROFILE - LUKAS MUELLER

June 19, 2017

What made Lukas Mueller go into engineering? Initially, his love for cars! More importantly, Lukas was inspired to help people and build things that matter. ?I am driven to understand and solve problems, and to create products that enrich, excite, and help people,? says Lukas. ?I am learning to make vehicles environmentally friendly, safer, more efficient, more comfortable, and more appealing.?

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Kata for Daily Improvement |  July 31 - August 2 in Ann Arbor

Kata for Daily Improvement | July 31 - August 2 in Ann Arbor

June 19, 2017

Continuous improvement requires continuous learning. This 3-day workshop provides the methodology to create a culture of continuous daily improvement, adaptation, and innovation in any organization.

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ISD Alumni Profile - John Kipf

ISD Alumni Profile - John Kipf

June 5, 2017

Like many kids growing up in Monroe, Michigan, John Kipf was fascinated with auto racing, airplanes, and spacecraft. Unlike most of us, John has been able to make an engineering career out of his favorite childhood toys.

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Human Factors Engineering Short Course  |  July 24-29 & July 31-August 4

Human Factors Engineering Short Course | July 24-29 & July 31-August 4

June 1, 2017

During this two-week design experience training, participants will learn from 13 human factors researchers and experts in 14 seminars and workshops. Attendees can register for Week 1, Week 2, or both.

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Integrative Systems + Design 2017 Graduation and Awards Recognition

Integrative Systems + Design 2017 Graduation and Awards Recognition

May 3, 2017

On Friday, April 28, 2017 Integrative Systems + Design hosted the 2017 Graduation and Awards Recognition. The celebration honored graduating students, award recipients, and Sigma Theta Mu Systems Honor Society inductees.

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Mobility Transformation Center rebrands as Mcity

Mobility Transformation Center rebrands as Mcity

April 21, 2017

The University of Michigan has a new yet familiar name for its center dedicated to advancing connected and automated vehicles: Mcity.

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Student Profile: Benjamin Jeong

Student Profile: Benjamin Jeong

April 21, 2017

ISD profiles Benjamin Jeong, Master of Energy Systems Engineering student and 2017 Dow Sustainability Fellow.

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ANNOUNCING - Principles of Optimal Design: Modeling and Computation, 3rd Edition

ANNOUNCING - Principles of Optimal Design: Modeling and Computation, 3rd Edition

March 14, 2017

Integrative Systems + Design Chair and Professor Panos Y. Papalambros has published the third edition of his textbook Principles of Optimal Design: Modeling and Computation. The book is authored along with Douglass J. Wilde, Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University, California.

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Alumni Profile:  Aditya Raghunathan

Alumni Profile: Aditya Raghunathan

March 15, 2017

ISD profiles Aditya Raghunathan, 2015 graduate of the Global Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering master's program.

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Production Systems Engineering: Recommendations for Managers

Production Systems Engineering: Recommendations for Managers

March 6, 2017

The following is an excerpt from an article in the International Journal of Production Research written by the Production Systems Engineering short course faculty with recommendations to practitioners.

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Manufacturing Seminar Series - A New Approach to Improving Machining Accuracy in Robotic Milling

Manufacturing Seminar Series - A New Approach to Improving Machining Accuracy in Robotic Milling

February 13, 2017

This talk will present recently completed and ongoing work in the speaker's group on robotic machining. A new approach based on real-time force sensing combined with mechanistic milling force modeling to compensate for robot compliance induced machining errors will be presented. The talk will also briefly discuss ongoing research to address chatter instability in robotic milling.

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